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All is fair in love and war.
True or false?
I have been in combat and I have been in love. We are fighting an enemy that dresses like the rest of the civilian population and fires his mortar from school yards.
I loved a woman who seemed to love me back. All of my friends said she looked in love. Just as easy as she came into my life she was gone again.
Yes my friend; All is fair in love and War. :)
Actually, it's an old proverb that goes back to John Lyly's 'Euphues' (1578)... "The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war. "
...used probably for many to justify cheating, stealing, by people who's general way of thinking is "the end justifies the means"...so I say:
False. I think that there is never a time where everything is fair. You can cheap on someone and still be in LOVE with them and that's not fair. And, you can kill innocent people in a WAR and that's not fair either.
That's just an excuse coined by selfish vindictive people...
False. For sure!